Corporate Responsibility

At DLL, we are committed to making sure our customers, society and the environment benefit long into the future. Sustainability is essential to our mutual long-term success. Read more about the three pillars of our sustainability approach below.

Sustainable solutions

We do not just adapt to the trend of  'use, not own', but we actively contribute to the circular economy by creating sustainable business solutions (like our management of assets throughout their entire technical life program: Life Cycle Asset Management). We also want to be your preferred supplier of clean technology and sustainable mobility solutions.

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Societal impact

We try to have a positive impact on the communities in which we operate through financial contributions and expertise provided via employee volunteer programs. In emerging countries, we improve access to (micro) leasing solutions to achieve economic development.

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Responsible business operations

We are committed to reduce our environmental footprint and measure our impact on the environment and climate change. We aim to meet our reduction targets through resource optimization, changes in behavior, and technological innovation. We uphold high standards of ethical behavior in the way we do business, and we strive to improve our impact on the environment.

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Giving back to the community

We also realize that the strength and well-being of our community is of utmost importance. In the U.S. our employees provide over 10,000 hours per year giving back to the community through such organizations as Ronald McDonald House, Cradles to Crayons, and Special Olympics.

Ronald McDonald House

The Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House supports families of seriously ill children by creating a community of comfort and hope. In support of this important mission, DLL is committed to ensuring that throughout the year one of the House guestrooms is funded and available for a family during their greatest time of need through the Adopt A Room program. Monetary contributions aren’t the only way DLL gives back. DLL has supported the families at the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House by serving a quarterly dinner as part of the volunteer guest chef program, for many years. DLL employees have also volunteered their time at events including the US Golf Open in 2013, and organized community service days at the Houses to assist with spring cleaning, and decorating for the holidays.

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Cradles to Crayons

Beginning in  2013,  DLL  has supported Cradles to Crayons - located in West Conshohocken, PA - in its effort to provide children from birth through age 12 living in homeless or low-income situations with the essential items they need to thrive. In addition to generous financial support, DLL  employees have steadily provided hands-on  volunteer support in the Cradles to Crayons warehouse by sorting and quality-checking donations of items like clothing, shoes, and toys; have assisted in projects including the creation of “Kid Packs” for children in need; and provided support with Cradles to Crayons Inventory Management System. DLL  has also coordinated the collection of new & gently-used children’s items, providing invaluable support in helping Cradles to Crayons keep children in need in Greater Philadelphia safe and warm.

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Special Olympics

Special Olympics PA provides children and adults with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to participate in sports year-round, completely free of charge. Volunteers like the team from DLL  are the backbone of the organization’s mission and allows them to make a difference for thousands of athletes in Pennsylvania. DLL has volunteered for several years at Fall Fest. An event run and hosted by the students of Villanova University, Radnor, Pa.

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